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Anthony (Ant) Luchetti (1869–1942)

This entry is from Obituaries Australia

Mr. Anthony Luchetti, a resident of Blackheath for many years, died at the Anzac Memorial Hospital, Katoomba, last week-end. Referring to the deceased, Lithgow 'Mercury' states that he was one of the best known men in the Lithgow district. He was a former president of the Western Miners' Federation, a foundation member of the Workmen's Club and Co-operative Society, and a pioneer member of the Hartley District Eight Hour Committee. He was a native of Lowther. Ald. A. S. Luchetti, Mayor of Lithgow, who has contested elections for Hartely in the Labor interest, is a relative, as also are Mesdames Cullen and Evans of Blackheath.

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'Luchetti, Anthony (Ant) (1869–1942)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 14 June 2024.

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13 August, 1869
Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia


20 June, 1942 (aged 72)
Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia

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